The Renault Pro+ brand will return to the NEC in Birmingham later this month for the Commercial Vehicle Show 2017.
Set to be one of the biggest displays at the show, the Renault stand will showcase an unprecedented 15 vehicles that illustrate the diversity and versatility of the extensive Renault LCV range with a number of UK and Irish debuts.
Models on display will include the new Master ZE and uprated Kangoo Van ZE, both due in the Ireland later this year. There will also be special ‘Formula Editions’ of Master, Trafic and Kangoo, which is a celebration of the Pro+ logistics partnership with the Renault Sport Formula One Team.
A forthcoming range of enhanced traction models will also be on display as well as the Master 4x4 and a new bespoke range of conversions.
James Boyer, marketing director of Groupe Renault UK and Ireland, says the stand will be its largest-ever at the show.
"It comes at an exciting time as Renault’s electric LCV range expands further this year with the introduction of the Master ZE, proving our range is more versatile than it has ever been before.
“The Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC is always a great opportunity for us to introduce both new and existing customers to our latest vehicle developments in coordination with class-leading aftersales support that we are striving to provide business users with.”
The new Kangoo Van ZE has been heavily revised and now has 50 per cent more range than before – 168 miles/270 Kms (NEDC ) which, according to Renault, equates to 124miles/200Kms in real world usage.
Charging has been much improved – taking six hours for a full charge now, compared to eight hours for less range on the previous model.
The new Master ZE will have a range of up to 124 miles/200 kms (NEDC ) and has been created in order to supply a solution for those companies with last-mile urban delivery requirements.
The Renault Pro+ range includes the Trafic, Master, Kangoo Van, Kangoo Van ZE and the Twizy Cargo quadricycle as well as a wide range of off-the-shelf and approved conversions.